Is Our Monetary Structure a Systemic Cause for Financial Instability?
Sustainability curve: mapped between the two polarities of efficiency and resilience.
Nature selects not for a maximum of efficiency, but for an optimal balance between these two requirements.
Notice that resilience is roughly two times more important than efficiency at the optimum.
A possible solution to avoid or overcome an systematic financial collapse:
>> Implementation of more Diverse Complementary Currencies, which increases diversity, while reducing Efficiency and help to drive towards greater Resilience <<
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